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AMUSEMENTS AND MEETINGS. TTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. HAYWARD'S PICTURES. TO-NIGHT, At 8 o'clock TO-NIGHT. Programme of particularly potent photo-plays,'headed by the BEAUTIFUL IRISH DRAMA. A Great, yet Tender, Love Story. — WIDOW MALONEY'S FAITH. — — WIDOW, MALONEY'S FAITH. — — WIDOW MALONEY'S FAITH. — "They say there's food and work .for all, And the sun shines ever there, But I'll not forget Oukl Ireland, Were it fifty times as fair." "THE WARWICK • CHRONICLE." "The Flowers that BWom in the Spring.' ■ (Pathc Charming Spring Flowers). "CALAMITY ANNE'S DREAM." "PASSING of JOE'MARY." "OSCAR'S HEROIC l POSES." "FREDDY LOOSEBKLT in AFRICA" Dress Circle and Stalls Is; Book Stalls 6d. . 3 252 rpHE Friends of Mr F. C. Clothier, of -*- Tinwald, arc invited to attend a FAREWELL SOCIAL to be tendered him on MONDAY NIGHT, 16th inst. at 8 o'clock. Ladies kindly bring baskets. 3 242 m H E A T RE ROYAL. COMIC OPERA EXTRAORDINARY. ONE NIGHT ONLY. TUESDAY, MARCH 17. D. B. O'CONNOR presents, by arrangement; with J. C. Williamson, Ltd., the world-famed Comic Opera: THE ARCADIANS. THE ARCADIANS. The Greatest of-Great Musical Plays. Interpreted by the MERRY WIDOW .OPERA COMPANY, in its fourth year of unparalleled success. A TRULY GREAT PLAY. FULL ORCHESTRA CHOBT'S AND BALJJfiT. Prices: 4s, 3s, and 2s>. No extra fee for booking. Box plan at Gates's. Business Manager J. O'Sullivan. Advance Manager ... Frank O'Sullivan. |mHE AT B E ROYAL. show~nFght one night only. WEDNESDAY, 18th MARCH. - ANTONIA~ DOLORES. ANTONIA DOLORES.ANTONIA DOLORES. ANTONIA DOLORES. VNTONIA DOLORES. ' ANTONIA DOLORES. — '' ANTONIA DOLORES. - ANTONIA DOLORES. ( With a Voice More Beautiful than ; ever, Dolores returns to.renew-the happy friendship of the peoplc_ oi I ..Ashburton. ' J ANTONIA DOLORES | Stands Unrivalled. : Box plan opens,on MONDAY Next, at 9 a.m. at Gates's Music Warehouse. PRICES ... 835 45,.25. ■ THEATRE ROY AL . | SHOW NIGHT, MARCH 19th. 1■ ■ . THE ANNUAL ENTERTAINMENT (Dramatic and Musical), in aid of the J Convent Schools, 'will bo given this year ion MARCH I9th, in lieu of St. Pai trick's. Day. \ 3 232 LOST AND FOUND. LOST: —Lady's Overcoat, last evening. Reward.—"Gun rclian" Office. LOST, yesterday afternoon, in Tancred'Street—Lady's Belt.—Finder return to S. Crooks, jeweller. 3 261 LOST —Irish Terrier Pup. Finder rewarded on coni/municating with J. A! Lehnou," East Belt. 3. 263 I.OTRAYED-on to my' r Premises—Black t-,7 and White. Slut, ..Owner can h:ive same by paying expenses'.—-A. Shaw, Dairyman. ' 3 21' i FOR SALE AND TO LET. FOR SAL.X. 1 STACK Good Sweet. HAY, about 30 *- Tons. 3 2-19 HENRY STKPUEXFON. WANTED to Soil—Liitost Model "Broadwood" Player Piano, at big reduction. Owner leaving district. —Apply J. Mitchell, 1.8 Grey Street. FOR Sale.—Prime new Onions, 121b. for Is. Cheaper in larger quantities.—Thomas Bros. FOR- Sale.—Pears, Teacher?, Plums, Apples, etc. —Thomas Bros. BIRD Cages, new and Approved designs in stock, in all sizes. Prices from 5s 6d. Extra Bird Cage Bottles in stock.—At John Ovr and Cb.'s East. Street Store. 176

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8818, 14 March 1914

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